cost of cure


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    the price that it would cost another party to complete the work in question. Cost of cure is used as a measure of damages following breach of contract where one party has not completed the work satisfactorily.
    Constable building are claiming $378 523, the price of demolishing the badly built swimming pools and rebuilding them according to the agreed dimensions (cost of cure).

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